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Miss Kathryn Pack MSci

Postgraduate research student (SPITFIRE)

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Miss Kathryn Pack is currently a SPITFIRE PhD student based at the Marine Biological Association of the UK, Plymouth.

2015: Graduated with an MSci in Marine Biology from the University of Southampton.

Previous work:

2016-2017: Project Officer at the MBA on the national citizen science project ‘Capturing our Coast’ which aims at training volunteers to measure the abundance and distribution of rocky shore species around the UK.

Research interests

The impacts of climate change on the physiology of species, specifically non-natives.

Research project: Physiologically based shifts in species distributions under global climate change

My PhD focuses on the physiology of intertidal invasive species under future climate change and modelling their future distribution around the UK.

Supervisors:

Dr Nova Mieszkowska (MBA)
Dr Marc Rius

Research group

Marine Biology and Ecology

Affiliate research group

Mieszkowska Group at the Marine Biological Association of the UK

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Miss Kathryn Pack
The Marine Biological Association of the UK,
Citadel Hill,
Plymouth,
PL1 2PB

Email: katpac@mba.ac.uk

Room Number: NOCS

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